Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Our Wacky World—2/22/2011

A while back I talked about the bogus "bomb detectors" bought by the Iraqi military and speculated in passing that perhaps the official in charge was getting kick-backs. Well...

Business & Law

Some fag-hating dunce of a "Christian" got a tattoo of Leviticus 18:22 (the anti-gay part) thus violating Leviticus 19:28—includes picture

Friendly Atheist
“When we do programs to support the family, we are not thinking about homosexuality, but for homosexuals, any endorsement of the family as God ordained it is an attack on them. It demonstrates their paranoid obsession with getting the society to endorse their lifestyle and silencing those who won’t.”

...commenters at other blogs suggested that Satan was getting back at Euteneuer for his exorcism work. "Being exposed to demons is not an easy thing," one person wrote. "Sometimes the demons will purposely twist the bodies of their victims that will have their sexual parts touch the one who is trying to remove the demons. This, I am sure must have happened several times to Father Tom." Others pinned the blame directly on the women who accused Euteneuer.
Politics Daily

It's official. Oral sex is a ‘bigger cause of throat cancer than tobacco’

Mail Online

Just after the eighth anniversary of Colin Powell's speech to the United Nations, "Curveball" tells all about fabricating WMD nonsense and has no regrets over the deaths of 100,000 people


If you've ever wondered what it would be like to stick you head in the path of a proton beam from a particle accelerator...

A college professor told a black student, "Slaves never showed up on time."

The Grio

Facing an 8 percent state funding reduction and with more funding cuts possible, [Texas] Tech officials killed $3 million in faculty raises for 2011. However, Tuberville's new five-year, $11 million contract guarantees the coach at least $2 million per year. That's up from $1.5 million in the contract he signed in 2010.
NBC Sports 

Blind man plays video games by ear:

The Register

Arizona legislators want to declare the Colt single-action Army revolver as the official state gun

Phoenix NewTimes

Boeing discovers that outsourcing isn't always a way to save money

LA Times


Anonymous said...

Looks good, though the "Today I Found Out" link is wrong.

The St. Dr. Oscar said...

Thanks for the heads-up. It's fixed.